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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta for $650 each, choice lots in River View for $300 each, lots on Glyn st. for $1100. 3 U 4� 1,900, easy terms. 4 lots in River View for $300 each. $75 will handle this. 640 586 I have a number of good houses for sale, reasonable prices north of town, unimproved, for $11 per acre, acres on the Little Bow of A 1 land for $11 per acre, acres of fine land, 10 miles from station, only $8 acre, acres of fine wheat land, 1 mile from Stirling (part p) for $15 per �A Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block Phone 122- A LOCAL BUDGET. L r \T- H^H ' ""Wt "t" ^ r- Mrs. A. Soutlmrtl will not ivcvlvc on rVMny. Turn llurnelt is huim� from lfc�ll*?vui� for a few days. Supi. .1. *). Wilson took WVdiieH  duy'h local for Calgary. K. K. Ifcynulds and wife went to Calgary \W;in�\s.1ay morning. Mr. anil Mrs. L. M. .lohnHtono went to C-algnry on Wednesday. h W. lU'iiry Irving [jonoral ngont for \\w Mutual LHo of Canada is in lhe city (his n-jvk. Mrs. 11. 'IViimmL ot CouUh, ni* -t'�aa|)aniisl by lu�r duughtcr and nlocu wort* in the city thin w ue k. \\\ T. Morrison returned from t'nrdwton on Wedoemluy to ultcnd the luix-ral of his infant daughter. Alex. Mclean of Colomau, formerly of the /ocal Hudson's May Ntnfl is spending a few days in the city. K, N. Jlarker passed through the riiy on Win way hack from Vancouver 11,(\. whetv he was Judge at a dog hJiow. Win. Merrick of St. Paul, one of the leading ollkiuls of the Singer Sewing Machine Co. was in the city on Wednesday. C. V. JleniHrtt left on Sunday night fur Luniflden, Sank., lo attend the faneral of Mrs. llumc*tt*h mother MrH Church, who died on Saturday. Twenty-nine miles from Ijc'thhridga ami farther from anywhere else with a d]Ktihh*d motor was the exquisite experience of one of our local land men. Morrison has signed Hogers, the catcher who played such a star gntno for \V'innijK*g th� m#rv Inspector IWleher ordered the chief witness to stand $000 Uatr to appear at the court. 4,The whole city was moved" will I e Hev. Win. Jteid's subject next Sdntfoy evening Ju the JlapUat Tan-ernnclo. "Tho Halt of the Karth," will be his morning HUhjoct. All strangera heartily invited to those services. Stovo Wiiyani accused of stealing a* watch from Wong Toy, of the Winnipeg'- Restaurant on Saturday was giveo thre#-tnanths at Jinrd labor in Mucieotl an'iard j'ooru by Hupt. Wilson and Inspector Belcher on Tuo� -day. , C J. iCckfftoriii retvivetl the other day an excellent picture of A. K. Humphries with twelve ot the I^oth-jlu'Idgv bnll team. Ihimph.s looks Upiite pU-usetl with the bunch. On Sunday a daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Morrison. The infant died the next day and was burled on Thnnffluy. Jtev. Win. Held was the officiating clergj'nmn. il. K. Ileiniaim was taken very III ton Saturday on his way to New Mexico. lie is a Swede, his father f*ei(*K a professor in the college in 1 lolyoke, Mass. Cneumonln Is the trouble. J�r. J*. W. Taller has removed to Oabb Street, to the residence formerly occupied by H. Whitney. Owing to the teletdume shortage there will Ih* mi telephone at the new residence for a few days. I. Green the travelling agent of the Hnymoml Milling and Elevator Co. returned to Ix�thhridge on Tuesday after a trip through llrltlsh Co2unU>la. He reports that Alberta flour sells readily. -*- considerably augmenteil by the pro-tvetls. The increase id business in the C. V. It. oIIUvh has made it neoewuiry to have a stenographer. Miss Kuby Walton at lWUaville ovcuples the position. An additional clerk 4s be -ing added to the stntt. Luudbreck football Club has registered its players and paid Its fee to join the AH>erta and Crow's Nest Cass J-eaguu. J^tindbreck has.a fiwt team and will make the series at the west end very Interesting. Messrs. tianvtt and JVterson who have iieen conducting a real estate business hers for Homo months have dissolved partnership. Mr. IVterson has had considerable trouble with his eyes and ban gone to Vancouver to have them treated. Mr. Garrett has entered the employ of Hutch and Coons. The position oi Ikmiiiihm lanxh* agent at lOdmonton is vacant. The Kdmoutou Suturday Xews thinks d. Nortpmy, now on the stalT of the office, should be promoted lo the position, Mr. Nonpiuy, who Is u son o a late premier of Mnnitolm. uswl to jlKi a member of the staff of the lands allien at Jjothhridge. A. 1*5. Humphries in a letter to a local fan says that jMrL Klllott, Frea. of the l4iCroH�e Club miys that Lethbridge can, easily boat Winnipeg and that with O'Pea and Schurch would games.. Madden 2b., Mackin s.s., Hies n\),t llahl U.t Foster rj.f ^iml-ley p., and 1. Fogarty p.. are fix -tares -in alt probability, ..Winning tried to get Hogof*rt .hut he came to our team liecnuse Morrison was manager. U BcremVC^ jOwing 1o the scarcity and au^Ul.t.i condition of labor it i� hnposs.bfe I tally The AllKsrtn llaihvn.v and Irrigat  lion Co. will put on a daily, jj-airt lietween Lethbridge and Canlston. .commencing next Monday, May l.tth. ,Tho tram will be faKlor than C.e present trains leaving Lethbritlgo at 8.MO a.m. and returning at 5.55 p;,fl# This scrvico has U*n long wlsbefi for by the south towns and it �vill be a-great convenience to theseto^vns as veil, as to Lethbrhlgo business men to have a dally train. It is tho intention of the \>im -pany to run tho dally during the summer months, but there Ms little doubt that the increase of business will warrant their making the dally nice a permanent feature. TKmi f C. P. It. ngeni Graham gives out the information that tho.freight traffic for April was much greater than for March, which beat ail previous records. For the first .week: of. May the tncrcawxU hUU gmior.:The passenger traffic was greatly in ^xvess of April of lost year. Freight tranUc on tho A. R. wd I. is heating all records, April bung the heaviest morrth on record, los -sengor traffic has* greatly* Jncyo tssd the daily Cardsion tmrti l*oh}g | ut on to relieve the sltuution. On Friday. May 3rd, after many months of illness the last weeks of which entailed the* most excucinfing pain, their passed away in the city of (luelpn, ont., Mrs. F. \V. Ual-hrnilh, mother of Mayor Galhraith. Afrs. (lalbmith. who was Ute duujjh-ter of Mr. H. Wright, one of Ouelph's ffirlioHt pinmvrs, wos bom in Ouelph Just Neventy-thtve yonrH ago ft||f| H|K�nt her whole life in her native I city. -With the exception of four years in Montreal. Mr. Clalbraith died nearly forty years ago. Three children live to mourn. JVa-sides Dr. W. 8. Clulhraith, tho mayor of this city, there are F. W. Ual -braith of the Ited Deer (Alta.) Advocate, and Mrs. D. A. Scrogglo of Ouelph. Mrs. Oalbralth was tho eldest menw her of Xorfoik Street -Methodist Church iwwt vas an earnest church worker, iter' flnocJa| cattJi nowuver was tho le|>or mission at Ouelph, la which she manifested tho endietti8. A wife and four children survive. Ml\ Morgan was.one of tlw lending Western Methodists. Iieing at tho tltno }f his death, President of the Manitoba Conference, and pastor of,tho Fort Jloiige Church, Winnipeg. dominion -Uind Agent Stftflowl has recelml a telegram from VHm. Frank Oliver sUting that ibe time fortiio protection of ho meat cads has own �x* Owtp JjPIf.V A. SILVER, Cherry residence. TENDERS Tenders will lie received by the tin- up to 12'o'clock noon Saturday, May 18th, 1007 fur Foundations wider motors at houso and Uileetric Wire Jjino Tump House to Stand PJj*e. ( ,1'Uins anrt Hjieeincutions for piece of work may ho seen a I of the City Engineer. Steel pump from oach ollice C. M. A11NOLD. ha\e beaten them in one or two t em led to June 1st. ) Tho output of tM'Alboria .lail way and Irrigation Co.'ft ia4nes here City Engineer. I* only about half what i* should iie lethbridge, Alta.. May 8th. 1007. The Sign of Equality V X1 4 . V Good Pivo-fifty iu mil money equals $5.50 in K^nuino BARRY shoo strength, wear uiul comfort-NOT ONCE BUT ALWAYS. Thw leathor, construction, and finish in cvery Mir of BARRY'S equals $5.50 in money-NOT ONCE BUT ALWAYS. Every dollar coined ban a real value. Every pair of BARRY shoes made is the greatest possible valuo for Hve-dollars-and-a- BARRYS or dollars, their value is fixed. BARRY quality never falls below its fixed value. Every pair equals the full price asked -that means absolute certainty of service in return. The Barry Shoe $5.5 is a shoo for every (lav-everywhere. It is good to look at hut better still to use. Well in fashion, but not extreme-its value is put where it does the moat good. Get a BARRY-you can't do better at the price. Wide range in stvles- both high and low-in every popular and seasonable leather. FRE GOW 6? F We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Display To again bring it to your notice. Since we last spoke to you on this subject we have added to our showing some delightfully attractive goods, mid we are anxious to have you see them. It is impossible to describe their beauty-for mere words can give you no iitilieation of the scintillating loveliness of this ware. And we can honestly Buy that our to-day's Cut Glass display is larger and more attractive than ever before. R. A the Jeweler - - \ The Cardsttm merehnntH luivo "a-j 'IV S. rifling wo lU'-of Warnetr made a# ? tfreea-to .Introduce* tho cash system | business trip to Uu* city on \Vcv}riW^jjr in their stores. day. ' � ; ;